Residence Inn St. Louis Chesterfield
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Aaahh, nothing like a road trip. Just us and the fracking trucks heading west through the lush Pennsylvania greenness on Route 80. Peaceful and quiet as the kids slept through most of the morning. Gosh, that's a sentence I won't be saying many more times since one of them is off to college in a few weeks and the other just surpassed me in height. Sadly, this is probably going to be the last big road trip, so we gave Claire ...
... and they provided several loaves and each
person was given their own plate of butter, which I found to be a nice touch. My mother
had the veal grillades and grits and peach melba while my father had the soup, easter
salad, a veal and crabmeat dish and chocolate raspberry mousse for dessert. We all
enjoyed our meals there. It was a jazz brunch and the group circulates throughout each
room so you only hear about 15 min of jazz during your dining experience so it ...
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In the morning we went for a little run in Little Rock! Off to the next place – St Louis, MO. Another long day's driving we get there late in the evening. Looking for accommodation we find some cheap accommodation on the internet in East St Louis – but luckily we read up before going there, and East St Louis isn’t a nice place, apparently. The FBI ranks it as one of the most dangerous places ...
... Bandanna's, complete with fried okra and sweet tea. Be still, my heart!
We'll be off to see the Gateway Arch in St. Louis tomorrow morning before we hit the road for the bridges in Indiana. Remember The Bridges of Madison County? (Where oh where can I find italics in travelpod?)
That's about it for our Wednesday with no photos . ...
On Sunday we crossed the great state of Missouri and made our way to St. Louis, the gateway to the west! We were excited to see the city and stay with our good friends, Jen and Mike, who just moved to St. Louis from New York City. Mike is a teacher in St. Louis and Jen is starting her first year of law school at Washington University in St. Louis.
We arrived at their apartment and then took ...